The evening news. (Roseburg, Douglas County, Or.) 1909-1920, November 08, 1918, Page 3, Image 3

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    1HH EVENING NBSWft PUmAf. VOVfftfilKtt 8, HUM.
THRVB
!The Best Store For!
Winter Goats!
NEAT, NATY GARMENTS IN A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT ABB
. NOW READY FOR YOUR INSPECTION. ,' '
Our Line of Silks Is the Best
EVER SHOWN IN ROSEBURQ IT HAS NO EQUAL AND MANY
BEAUTIFUL PATTERNS ARB AT YOUR DISPOSAL.
A Nice Line of Furs
FOR WINTER IS NOW ON DISPLAY. CALL AND INSPECT OUR
WINTER LINE OF GOODS WHICH IS COMPLETE IN EVERY
PARTICULAR. V
JROSEBURC
I. ABRAHAM;
OREliON
Did one of tKese 200f
SAVE YOUR PENNIES
The Cash and Carry System Will Help You!
All gooas marked In plain figures. No special lpaits necessary.
Just the best of everything for less, at the . , .
SPOT CASH BASKET GROCERY
A. G. Dnnlap, Prop.
Corner of Jackson, Washington and Main streets. Ankinds of
Stock Feed and Poultry Supplies.
CROWN FLOUR EISHER'S BLEND FLOUR
Science plays Its part in a steam laundry and modern methods
i render contagion Impossible.
Be fair to yourself andl your family. . Patronize a steam laun
dry. Try our way this week and measure cost fairly. On that
basis, outside of the safety basis, you will'win by sending the
wash to us. .
Phone we'll call.. - '
ROSEBURG STEAM LAUiNDRY
PHONE 79
LAST WASH THURSDAY NOON.
SCRUPULOUSLY GLEAN!
Is the' watch-word In handling every thing that pertains to the Flu
' and
Rexall Toilet Soap
h word of those who know the quick,
10c the Cake, at
is the watch word of those who know the quick, efficient and easy
way.- ' - -
FuUerton . Tlie JSsS At0re Building
Perkins
TIRE ECONOMY
In these war time days ECONOMY Is the watchword. We re here
to help you economize on your auto tires.
Have ThemRetread
BY
ROSEBURG VULCANIZING WORKS
218 N. JACKSON ST. Quick Prompt Service, Price Reasonable.
you?
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letters come to
A DUSTY courier slid off his motor-cycle at the biff double hut
in a French town and tramped up to the canteen.
"Got a note for the secretary from my r commanding officer,"
he said. He handed a piece of paper across the counter to a smiling
middle-aged man. , : y
This is the note the Secretary read: '
We landed here three day sago miles from anywhere.
Can you send us some supplies, especially' writing
paper? This is the first chance the boys have had
to write home and we have no paper to give them,
. . v . , - .
The older man looked up and grinned.
,3 "Got you away. off in the woods, have, they?" : ,
. ' "I'll say they have!" .
"Can you carry anything ?. , '
"All you'll give me!" . . .
t" From the stfelves the secretary took big packages of paper and
envelopes. -
"Too much?" He asked. . .. . ;;
-."It will be gone ten minutes after I get back!" said the boy.
"Tonight," the secretary went on, 'Til drive out a truck
with more supplies and a man to stay with you. And tell the boys
that if their letters are finished, I'll bring them back with me tonight,
and get them into the mails."
v An hour later that motor-cyclist whizzed into camp, loaded
down with writing paper, and in ten minutes letters were being
written to 200 American homes. '
The United War Work organizations know what letters mean
to American soldiers. They know that fighters want to get letters
and want to write letters.
So in every hut and on every ship your boys find writing paper,
. envelopes, ink, pens and pencils, and tables where they can get off by
themselves and tell the folks back home how things are going. '
Millions of sheets are given, away free every week to American
boys overseas. That is why the letters you get from your , boy are
written on the stationery of one of these organizations. It is one of
the plans to bridge the Atlantic. Help keep the letters cciming f
Your-dollars will supply a whole Company for several days. Dig
deep today; help to bind together France and here.
BETTER LIGHT!
our eyes and your business need It. , .
EDISON MAZDA LAMPS
Are the most efficient Electric Lamps made. '
Sold By
Douglas Countylight and Water Co.
Is "Churned Fresh Daily
at the
Union Meat Company
Butter Factory
Portland, Oregon '
J Ask your grocer about It
Why you should give twice as much
as you ever gave before !
fha nMd (a for a sum of 70$ greater than any gift ever asked for tine the
world began. The Government bee fixed this sum at $170,500,000.
By giving to these seven organisations ail at once, the coat and effort of abt ad.
dluonal campaigns ia saved.
Unlets Americans do give twice as much as aver before, our soldiers and sailors
nmj not enjoy daring 1919 thelrl
2,500 Libraries supplying $,000,000 1
05 Hostess Houses
15,000 Big-brother "oecretariea"
Millions of dollars of home comforts
1,600 Recreation Buildings
1,000 Miles of Movie Film
100 Leading Stage Stars
2.000 Athletic Directors
Whan yon give double, yon make aura 'that every fighter has the cheer and
comforts of these aeven organizations every step of the way from home to the
front and hack again. You provide him with a church, a theatre, a cheerful home,
a store, a school, a club and an athletic field and a knowledge that the folks back
home are with him. Heart ana soul I
You have loaned your money to supply their physical needs.
Now give to ins Morale mat la winning t
rl
- A'
UNITED WAR WORK CAMPAIGN
MESSAGE SENT TO
With the compliments of Director
General McAdoo, a post' card con
taining a unique message from a
clergyman, Is being sent to every em
ployee ot the United States Railroad
Administration. The card Is headed
"A Life sentence" and Is an extract
from an address delivered by the
Rev. J. V. Welnmann of Philadel
phia. It reads:
- "Take the case of a railroad con
ductor or engineer. Suppose a man
has to take a, train of coaches from
New York to' Washington l:eaving
New York say at 6 a. ni. ' Anyone
can readily see that his task may be
contemplated In two entirely differ
ent frame of mind.
t "He can say as the bell rings and
rouses him In vluit seems the dead
LADIES! DARKEN
of night, 'Hnnr; It all; it's time to get
up again: nothing but the same old
grind; I hate railroading, anyway; -I
think I'll quit; this isn't , Job;: It's
a lifetime sentence ,- .
''Or be gan- do. something oloe. Ha
can press .a button, somewhere' inside
himself and in a flash see the whole
aituatlon..hlg bsre. blm, sulsating.
and tense In Its human Interest. He
can see the great Bystem with which
he is connected; Its multiplex life
He can 1 see. the huge, overarched
shed with Its breathing trains; he
:an see his own engine or train, and
is he contemplates what has already
begun to shape, itself in his mind as
an opportunity a- smile can be seen .
breaking out. on his lively face It
Is HIS engine, HIS train; he can
see the three hundred souls, more or
less, waiting to be taken to Wash
ington eaoh .w'th ; a. lively Interest,
how and with what fraught Ood only
'mows; and- Its up .to Jilm to take
that big human thing to Washlng
'on! Once more he smiles, and,
thanking " God : he haaa share., in
human .things,' In .-.the' work, that
needs to be done, he presses his hat
iown on his head and 'beats It'." -
OAIID OP THANKS.
XJt Grandma's Sage Tea and
8nlphnr Eecipe and Nobody -
will Know.
The use of Sage and Sulphur for re
storing faded, gray hair to its natural
color dates baok to grandmother's time.
She used It to keep Iter hair beautifully
dark, glossy and attractive. Whenever
her hair took on that dull, faded or
Btreaked appearance, thiB simple mixture
was applied with wonderful etfcci.
But brewing at home is mussy and
out-of-date. Nowadays, by asking at
any drug store for a SO cent bottle of
"Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Compound,"
you will get this famous old preparation,
improved by the addition of other In
gredients, which can be depended upon to
restore natural color and beauty to. the
hair. -
. A well-known downtown druratst save
it darkens the hair so naturally and
evenly that nobody can tell it has been
applied. ' You simply dampen a spongt
or soft brush with it' and draw tide
through vour hair, taking one strand at
a time. By morning the gray hair disi
appears, and after another application ot
two, it becomes beautifully dark and
glossy. ,
wyotti's sage ana suipnur, uompounu
is a delightful toilet requisite for thoac
who desire a more youthful appearance.
It is not intended for the cure, mitigation
or prevention of disease.
. We wish to thank the kind friends
who extended their services during
the funeral of our beloved father and
brother and express our slncnre ap
treclatlon for the lovely floral offer
ings and beautiful tribute offered by
the Knights of Pythias Lodge, thank
ing them for conducting the servlcs
and Rev. J. C. Spencer for the beau
tiful ceremony which he rendered.
MISS FRANCES BURR, '
MR. AND MRS. W. A. BURR
' ': . ....... and family.
HONDAS IB BaSOJUll DAY.,
Monday Is bargain day at the
Roseburg Cleaning and Pressing
Works. Men's suits French . Dry
cleaned and pressed for 11.00. All
work given prompt attention. . Bar- .
'gain day prices do not Include call-.
Ing for clothes or making deliveries'.
Bring. your clothes In. . tf
.... ' -W-
'. PRUNING.
Have your fruit or ornamental
trees, vines or '. bushes pruned by a
man with practical experience; write. ,
' LOUIS H. iBESrlOotB, '
v - v. i .;, -Rosebtlrg, Oreyqn.
When ordering your steak or .roast
for;.dlnner at the-Cass St. Market,
ask about Columbia . Brand Oleomar- :
glne. It Is the thrifti spread for war
bread. For sale at per pound.
Cut your butter bill. Louis Kohl
hageh. - n-9
Because You Can Now Get a Little More Sugar
' Is no reason why you Should, andrtthere are jmany; good reason ,
vt.iy you should'nt. We've a "house full" of SWHIOT SUB8TI
.TUTK8,. '. ;; . ..-.. r ';.; .; : :
NEELY'S CASH STORE
FRENCH TRANSFER COMPANY
Contracts Taken and Estimates Pur
, nished on All Work In Our line. .
" Household Goods Promptly and
Carefully Moved ( " -'
QUICK, EFFICIENT SERVICE
Phone 220
401 W. Oass St.
Teams and Auto. Trucks
IT'S SOME CAR -THE
D-40" Mitchell Six
Let Us Show You
I. F. Barker $ Co.
Roseburg
Oregon
A quantity of household goods be
longing to C. F. Luce were sold at
the Sutherlin Fruit Growers' Asso
ciation warehouse last Saturday to
pay several years' storage charges.
The sale was w-U attended nnu the
various articles oered ffwere all sold
at good prices. Sutherlin Sun.
Have your duds eieaneo ana press
ed by Sloperi the cleaner and p reiser.
All work promptly attended to and
satisfaction guaranteed. tf
"B-K"
A Safe Guard Against "Flu"
Spray Your Premises
It Kills the Germs
Eight or ten drops in a glass of water
used as a gargle and for sniffing -up the
nostrals as a preventative, cannot be
excelled. Inexpensive, you cannot
afford to be without it. .
Churchill Hardware-Co.
.,V!ete)vVla1